Our hour of crime begins with The Lineup this week. We’ll hear The Murder Of Larry Zimmerman, which first aired November 23, 1950. Then it’s Believe It Or Not. Whitehall 1212 brings us The Blitz Murder Case to close this show out. It first aired November 18, 1951 (begins at 30:29).
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The great detective Sherlock Holmes begins this episode with The Adventure Of The Curious Crypt from 1949. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar and The Beauregard Matter, which first aired January 26, 1954.
Mr. District Attorney brings us The Man With The Gold Teeth to start with this week. That episode originally aired December 5, 1952. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Murder By Experts and I Dreamt I Died from September 12, 1949.
Night Watch kicks off today’s crime stories with Three-Time Loser And Shotgun Boy, an episode from August 17, 1954. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Philo Vance and The Blue Lady Murder Case from September 14, 1948.
Vincent Price as The Saint begins this show with Button, Button from March 11, 1951. Then after Believe It Or Not, the Crime Club gives us Dead Man Control. That episode first aired March 20, 1947.
Our first tale of crime this week comes from Crime And Peter Chambers. We’ll hear Cemetery Attack from April 20, 1954. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s The Private Files Of Rex Saunders and High Dividends Or Shallow Graves. That episode aired May 30, 1951.
This Is Your FBI presents The Cautious Killer, which first aired February 8, 1946 to start our show out this week. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s the Secrets Of Scotland Yard, and an episode titled Brothers Staunton.
Boston Blackie starts this show off with Blood On Blackie’s Sleeve from September 20, 1945. Then it’s our usual Believe It Or Not break. We finish with Pete Kelly’s Blues and Dr. Jonathan Budd, which first aired September 19, 1951 (begins at 26:13).
This week we begin with the Casebook Of Gregory Hood and The Black Museum from June 10, 1946. Then after Believe It Or Not, we’ll hear Stand By For Crime and an episode from 1952 titled Luke Larson’s Murder (begins at 30:09).
Richard Diamond, Private Detective starts things off with The Enigma Of Big Ed from April 4, 1952. Then it’s Believe It Or Not. Dragnet closes this episode with Red Light Bandit, which first aired July 14, 1949 (starts at ).